Celebrate Chinese New Year 2014!

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31st January 2014 is the start of the Chinese New Year.   This year is the Year of the Horse.   Start afresh and learn to speak one of the most important languages in the world – Mandarin Chinese. We introduce our top 5 ways to learn Mandarin, featuring some of the best and most innovative language providers in the world. [Read more…]

It’s Spooky Out There! It’s Halloween…

Carved Pumpkins for Halloween

Photo taken by Andrea Lainé

Halloween is celebrated on the 31st October every year and is also known as ‘All Saints’ Eve’ or ‘All Hallows’ Eve’. It is a secular celebration but has roots in Christianity and Paganism. The name Halloween is shortened from All Hallows’ Eve as the 31st October is the eve of the old Christian feast day, All Saint’s Day. [Read more…]

Chinese New Year 2012 – Year Of The Dragon

eurotalk talk now mandarin chineseThe start of the Chinese New Year begins on the 23rd January this year – 2012. This year is the Year of the Dragon and marks the beginning of the Chinese year 4710.   Why not learn to speak one of the most important languages in the world – Mandarin Chinese. To honour the start of the Chinese New Year, we are highlighting our recommended top ways to learn Mandarin Chinese, featuring some of the best and most innovative language providers in the world.

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Ghosts, Ghouls and Goblins! It’s Almost Halloween!

Halloween is celebrated on the 31st October every year and is also known as ‘All Saints’ Eve’ or ‘All Hallows’ Eve’. It is a secular celebration but has roots in Christianity and Paganism. The name Halloween is shortened from All Hallows’ Eve as the 31st October is the eve of the old Christian feast day, All Saint’s Day.

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